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Touken Ranbu Warriors is almost here on Switch in the west, but those that want to get an early taste of the game can do so with a just-released demo.

The demo features the main game’s prologue, including 15 playable members of the Touken Danshi. Save data can be carried over to the full version of the game, “allowing players the ability to seamlessly continue their journey for justice.”

Nintendo is treating fans to a surprise today, as a demo for Kirby and the Forgotten Land has just been released. Players can experience the early parts of the game starting now. Three levels are included along with a boss fight.

For more on Kirby and the Forgotten Land, read the following overview:

A new demo for Triangle Strategy is going live on Switch today, Nintendo and Square Enix have announced. That news just dropped during today’s Nintendo Direct.

This is technically the second demo for Triangle Strategy. After the game was unveiled a year ago, Square Enix let fans experience a trial and provide feedback to assist the development team and ultimately make the final product better.

New information was shared about Touken Ranbu Warriors today during a “Touken Ranbu Warriors News Pre-Launch Special” broadcast.

First up, it’s now confirmed that a season pass is planned. The following content will be included:

Yesterday, NIS America made a demo available for Monark on the Switch eShop, and we now have gameplay. The new video shows off 24 minutes of footage in English.

If you’re interested in learning more about Monark, check out the following overview:

Koei Tecmo and Omega Force have announced that a free demo for Dynasty Warriors 9 Empires is now available on Switch. You can access it via the eShop.

Today’s demo “features the all-new evolved castle sieges, including both invasion battles and defense. Storm the enemy castle, or fight to defend your fortress in this challenging tutorial. Virtual warlords can play through each siege scenario repeatedly to discover and develop the best strategies to overpower and outthink opponents.”

NIS America, FuRyu, and Lancarse have announced that a demo for the Switch RPG Monark is now available. It can be accessed by visiting the official eShop page.

The demo lets players partake in the opening sections of the game. Based on the Japanese trial, progress should be able to carry over to the full experience.

Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain continues the trend of Switch demos from Nintendo. Just a few moments ago, a trial for the game was made available on the eShop.

Nintendo says that the demo includes a selection of activities. You can download it right here.

Here’s some information about the game:

Though it’s been out for a couple of weeks, Nintendo has just launched a demo for Metroid Dread on the Switch eShop that lets users experience the beginning parts of the game. It can be downloaded directly through the store page or on the company’s website here.

Nintendo does have a habit of offering demos for a number of its Switch titles. Typically, however, they’re made available prior to launch. Nintendo didn’t go into any further detail, but says that the Metroid Dread demo is “an early Halloween treat” for fans. If you’ve yet to pick up the game but have some interest, you don’t have much to lose by giving it a shot.

Extensive gameplay has emerged for the new Switch demo of Blue Reflection: Second Light. It shows both the “Prologue” and “Story” sections.

Here’s some additional information about the game: 


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